SPECIAL RETURN FLIGHT TO TURKEY FOR CENTENARY OF ANZAC

Sydney | Published on 6th January 2015 at 16:54

Qantas today announced it will offer a special return flight to Istanbul’s Sabiha Göeçken international airport to cater for Australians wanting to attend Centenary of ANZAC commemoration services in April this year.*

As the national carrier, Qantas is proud to offer people the opportunity to travel to Gallipoli as part of broader commemorative events to recognise the sacrifice of Australia’s war heroes.

Qantas flight QF100 will fly from Sydney to Sabiha Göeçken via Perth on 21 April 2015, and will return on 28 April 2015. The same ‘100’ flight number will be used on the return sector.

Passengers can join the flight from either Sydney or Perth. The service will be operated by a reconfigured Boeing 747 aircraft which seats 364 passengers.

To book on the special service to Turkey, click here (opens in new window)

* Subject to regulatory approval.